The last time I checked the polls – which was this morning – both New York Governor George Pataki and Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum were ringing up support in the range of less than 0.5%. In Iowa Santorum is averaging 1.7% and Pataki is ringing up something roughly 1.6% worse than that. But perhaps that’s all about to change. This week both of these hopefuls were seen on the King Corn bandwagon, pushing the Renewable Fuel Standard.
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George Pataki: GOP Should Not Shut Down The Govt Over Planned Parenthood, “Let the president defend this barbarity” + Takes On Trump & Carson On Their Muslim Comments
George Pataki, 2016 GOP presidential candidate & former three term governor of New York, stopped by the Kilmeade & Friends studio to talk about why he feels the republicans should not shut down the government over funding Planned Parenthood, Donald Trump saying it’s not up to him to defend President Obama when someone calls him a Muslim and why he feels Dr. Ben Carson is wrong for saying we shouldn’t have a Muslim president.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki said the U.S. should focus on combating radical Islam, saying he governed through 9/11 and understands the consequences of underestimating Islamic radicals’ potential danger to America.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki said Saturday that he would keep the government’s promise of the Renewable Fuel Standard, changing his stance on the issue since discussing it in Iowa in March.
The two have been sparring on Twitter and at the earlier debate, Pataki, who now lives in Garrison, said Trump will not be the Republican nominee.
The new Quinnipiac University poll may be pushing certain names into the headlines, but the other news is the names of candidates who should be stepping aside: Bobby Jindal, Jim Gilmore, George Pataki and Lindsey Graham. None of these candidate registered a full percentage point.
When former governor George Pataki went on MSNBC last week and said New York City police officers were told to “back off” enforcement of quality-of-life laws, and that topless women in Times Square were the new squeegee men, a New York Police Department spokesman fired off a quick response: “crime in New York City is down over 4 percent year to date. Period.”
SALEM, New Hampshire — At Margarita’s Restaurant on Thursday morning, few people seemed to care much that George Pataki had embarked on his latest round of campaigning in their midst.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Former New York Gov. George Pataki has been described as the longest of long shots in a crowded field of 16 Republicans seeking the party’s nomination for president.
PEEKSKILL, N.Y. — Former Peekskill Mayor and 2016 presidential candidate George Pataki sat down with U.S. News & World Report to discuss a number of hot-button political issues, including how he would deal with ISIS if he were sitting in the Oval Office.